I've been running multiple experiments trying to figure out how to get these 2 AI language models to write more human-like and not get detected as AI generated. Then it hit me, there are famous people in my profession who share my target audience. These individuals are wildly successful at targeting the audience that I want to target. They are authors, they appear on television, and they have hundreds of successful articles considered to be the authority in the field. Why not ask AI to help me find these people, describe their writing styles, and then I can instruct AI to copy them? I won't make this post too long but I will share the idea and hopefully you can improve this. I asked AI to provide me the top 10 most prominent medical correspondents on popular tv news programs. These people are successful at targeting my audience. Then I asked AI to provide short paragraphs highlighting each of their writing styles. I picked 2 contrasting styles that I liked. Within my extensive prompts, I asked AI to write in the styles of both of these correspondents. In my experiment, the results were fascinating. The tones flowed between these 2 authors very well. The sentence structures varied and the emphases changed appropriately to fit the context of the paragraphs. The results were the best of both authors. I've been able to evade Winston AI detection and passed all detection on Undetectable.AI. It might be possible to use 3 authors or more. This should make the articles even more human-like as the style, perplexity and burstiness will be high. You could also ask AI to describe the author's style, modify the description of their style and add that to your prompts. So far, this has been a game-changer for me in my experiment and I plan to start producing several blogs this week using this newly discovered technique. You can identify prominent people in your field or your area of interest and run this experiment too. And of course, PLEASE share any improvements you find.
@Harold Pierre Could you send your prompt? You can substitute your authors for Carl Sagan and Richard Feynman. I am working on optimizing this myself for a blog bot that summarizes multiple data streams and I think this might be a different approach then what I am using. PS. If you don't want your prompt to be public you can just message me.
@Harold Pierre Thank you I appreciate that. I will test this prompt, I have found though in other prompts that using an example of a 9 word sentence helps ChatGPT at least, to "count better". I appreciate you taking the time to help.
I watched a YouTube podcast featuring a social media manager and marketing guru, who emphasized that email marketing still works mysteriously well even now. They continue to invest in it because they believe it's worth the effort. Creating emails and newsletters is no easy task. It involves crafting compelling subject lines that capture the recipient's attention and entices them to open the email. Additionally, generating ideas and constructing sentences with an engaging tone while maintaining consistency can be equally challenging. For me, I also believe Email is still a thing because both my friend and I still read emails, although we really don't click on links anymore. However, I still enjoy reading newsletters. Additionally, as a former real estate salesperson, I used to run email campaigns, and I was initially skeptical of their effectiveness. But, surprisingly, clients would often reply to emails. How do you harness the power of ChatGPT or other AI technologies to enhance your email campaign?
I am writing a website about using ChatGPT, there is some useful info there if you are interested, aidare.com. But Jason is right things are moving fast. There are also new techniques being developed monthly. It's a great time if you are technically oriented and like to experiment but pretty early for a book. Even the articles I wrote a couple of months back need updating, sigh....
I've never seen something sell so easily. I've been selling my AI stuff for $3,300 + $500 per month to home services businesses. I just quoted $5,800 today and he wasn't thrown off by the price at all. He didn't buy yet, so we'll see, but I think he'll go for it. Exciting times ahead 🚀💰
Thanks for the inspiration everyone. This is what I have been working on for the last week or so. Click on any link to visit the prompt and try it out. Please give me feedback if you would I appreciate it. Table of Contents - 1. Use ChatGPT to Help You Brainstorm Your Next Blog Post - 2. Use ChatGPT to Create a Reader Avatar (Get In Their Headspace) - 3. Use ChatGPT to Help you With Article Titles - 4. Use ChatGPT to Write an Introduction With a Hook - 5. Use ChatGPT to Create a Snippet to Try to Get to the Top of Google - 6. Use ChatGPT to Create an Outline for a Blog Article - 7. Use ChatGPT to Write a Blog Article - 8. Use ChatGPT To Edit An Article - 9. Create Blog Tags Using ChatGPT for Your Post - 10. Create Twitter Tweets and Pictures to Promote Your Post - 11. Create Instagram Posts and Pictures to Promote your Blog Post - 12. Create A Content Cluster Using ChatGPT - 13. Use an Existing List Article and ChatGPT to Create a Content Cluster - 14. Have ChatGPT Create Call To Action Text For A Newsletter Sign Up - 15. Have ChatGPT Suggest a Bribe (Lead Magnet) to Get People on a Mailing List - 16. Have ChatGPT Suggest an Auto Responder Sequence - 17. Have ChatGPT write the emails in your Email Autoresponder - 18. Have ChatGPT Create a Reddit Viral Marketing Plan - 19. Have ChatGPT Suggest a Viral Title For a Reddit Post - 20. Have ChatGPT Suggest Reddit Viral Post Content
@Gregory Levine Lol I was on my own page last night to write a new post :) My favorite personally is the one for the reader avatar. When I actually have some traffic besides me it will help me find affiliate products, get people on email lists, etc... Guess I should start that email list already I know a guy who will sign up. 🤣
I'm reaching out to discuss an issue I've encountered during the process of brainstorming for a new blog post. I've gathered a set of keywords, all with a keyword difficulty of less than 10. Upon reviewing the top ten search results on Google's first page for these keywords, I've observed that the currently ranked pages possess Page Authority and Domain Authority scores ranging from 70 to 90. I'm seeking guidance on how a novice blogger can effectively compete with these high-authority websites. Additionally, I'm contemplating whether it would be advisable to proceed with creating a blog post targeting these keywords. Your insights are greatly appreciated.
Hi, you should learn to "eyeball" the competition. - Is the title of their content on topic? - If it's not then you may have an opportunity Ahrefs is pretty good at rating difficulty, so it may be seeing something you are not. Google has to show someones website for every query, so they do their best if there is nothing really matching.
@David Klinkhamer Yes you could do it that way, I probably would use UBot studio (since I am familiar with it), you could also ask ChatGPT4 to help you write some Python code to make the calls, or perhaps use zapier.
@David Klinkhamer You probably need to define better what a "SEO Intro" is and if possible give it an example to follow. It will get the character count right better that way and give you more of what you are looking for.
Hi all, the past couple of times I've logged in to ChatGPT... I see a conversation in the histor about survey monkey. I haven't created this convo so I'm very confused. I've changed my password but it's happened again. Has this happened to anyone else? I'm not sure if someone is using my account from a work computer that I was logged into or not. It just doesn't make sense because I have since changed my password.
Hello 🤩..I have joined this family a couple of weeks ago but haven't yet started my classroom.. Because I wanted to know about Chat GPT and it's usage.. After researchs I found the result that Chat GPT is banned in my country Afghanistan.. Can you please let me know how can I approach it...Thanks
Many, many questions I had not been able to answer explained with examples and context. If you are really interested in this stuff, this is mandatory reading. https://github.com/brexhq/prompt-engineering
Hey folks. I am trying to do something with ChatGPT. I give it an initial input with instructions and tell it that I will share infomration in 3 parts and based on that it should help me with something. The first part of information is 4000 words long. After that input it asks me a couple relevant qustions. but after that it forgets basically the initial prompt. I tried to break it up in small jumks, but its the same thing. I read that with each prompt it sends the data of the full conversation as an API call. If the convo is too long (or prompts are too long) it starts to cut off previous data as it can not fit the data into the call. So it doesn't matter if you provide it with data in 1 big prompt or junk it up in 4 small prompts. Any idea on how to feed it data as big as that?
@John Santos This is an article I wrote about tokens, you might also find this article about how ChatGPT keeps track of conversations and learns things helpful. Good luck and when I have time I am happy to lend a hand.
I have been working with chatGPT on issues like engineering, classes, books, etc. I am using it in English and Spanish and I realize ChatGPT can`t reverse some things, for example: if I ask for translations he does it but if I copy and paste the text (translation he gave me) to return to the original information, Chat GPT never gives me the original text. Am i giving wrong prompts?, it could be, but i did it many times in many ways and never came back to the original text. What do you guys think?
Think of it like a person, if I was translating Mark Twain from Portuguese to English I would not get the same text that Twain wrote. There are a lot of reasons for that including my vocabulary, tone, style, etc... You can get closer if you have ChatGPT describe to you the elements of style for a text then ask it to use those elements when translating and translating back.